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Thank you for attending the Birmingham Wellbeing Forum – Making Hybrid Work, on Wednesday 22nd September 21. Please complete the Feedback Form below: Loading… Here are the PDF Slides for ‘Making Hybrid Work’- IGLOo Guide for Colleagues Sept 21 Download the PDFs of the slides for...

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Lighting Up Eternity in 21st century Birmingham

Lighting Up Eternity – City Women and Van Gogh After a long haul through pandemic restrictions, our summer City Women meeting “with a difference” focused on Van Gogh’s art and spirituality for inspiration. “Lighting up Eternity in the Midst of Work and Life: A time of visual and verbal reflection...

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It’s OK to not be OK.

Many men have been taught to display strength even when they don’t feel it. But it’s OK to not be OK. Kim who heads up City Men gives us some good tips for managing stress. When you’re stressed, your body believes it’s under attack and switches to what’s known as ‘fight or flight’...

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Race and Equality – with Stephanie Boyce

My job is to use this platform to make a difference. We had the privilege of having Stephanie Boyce, the President of the Law Society of England and Wales speak to us at our special City Legal Leaders event. Stephanie reflected on the issues of diversity and inclusion in the law profession but...

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City Vibes: building community in lockdown

Building community is so important to our wellbeing and our continued development. This development takes place in shaping both our individual and group identities. The lockdown has had an enormous impact on the wellbeing and identity of many people around the world; it has disrupted our built-in...

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Faith and Science: Can they co-exist?

Faith and science – perhaps not two topics you would normally put together! Since 2017 we have been partnering with other churches to put on high quality city centre events exploring this topic with various guest speakers. If this is an area you’re interested in you can watch the video...

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